The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 hit 1 million on Monday, a once-unimaginable figure that only hints at the multitudes of loved ones and friends staggered by grief and frustration.
A troubled Western Slope mental health care center falsified assessments of its patients’ conditions for at least nine years in an effort to make its treatment programs seem more effective
Colorado’s COVID-19 cases continue to rise, and one public health agency warned its constituents that they should consider taking precautions again. San Juan Basin Public Health, which serves La Plata
Around the country, the setting for adolescent mental health care looks ever more like this doctor’s office in Kentucky, the next patient arriving every 15 minutes. Dr. Melissa Dennison, a
A Denver-based data broker said Tuesday it will stop selling information on visits to abortion clinics, including Planned Parenthood facilities, following a report from Vice about how easy it was
The U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn the landmark decision of Roe v. Wade, which holds that the right to have an abortion is protected by the Constitution, but
BALTIMORE — Dr. Morton Mower, a former Maryland-based cardiologist who helped invent an automatic implantable defibrillator that has helped countless heart patients live longer and healthier, has died at age
By MATTHEW PERRONE WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government on Thursday released its long-awaited plan to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars, citing the toll on Black smokers and young
Colorado’s COVID-19 cases have been rising slowly for four weeks, but the level of disease is still relatively low and it’s not clear how significant a wave the virus might
Colorado looks like a COVID-19 hotspot on some national pandemic trackers, but those numbers can be misleading because many of the cases being recorded as new are actually months old.